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    Default New as in I am new to the site are archery

    I just wanted to say hi to all of you. I am new to bowhunting 3d and archery all together. I am looking to get a bow. I like mathews, bowtech, and parker so far. mathews low end. Bowtech, tomkat but still expensive. and the parker wildfire xp. I think we are going to get my wife a ignition by mathews for her first bow. I hope to chat with you all. I also hope to shoot some 3d and get to meet some new people. thank you for your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishwater View Post
    I just wanted to say hi to all of you. I am new to bowhunting 3d and archery all together. I am looking to get a bow. I like mathews, bowtech, and parker so far. mathews low end. Bowtech, tomkat but still expensive. and the parker wildfire xp. I think we are going to get my wife a ignition by mathews for her first bow. I hope to chat with you all. I also hope to shoot some 3d and get to meet some new people. thank you for your time.
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    Welcome!! to the forums, ask anything and you will always get a reply

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    Welcome to the forum and the sport...
    Look at the Misson line of bows they are made by Mathews and they are less expensive...real nice bow...


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    Quote Originally Posted by irishwater View Post
    I just wanted to say hi to all of you. I am new to bowhunting 3d and archery all together. I am looking to get a bow. I like mathews, bowtech, and parker so far. mathews low end. Bowtech, tomkat but still expensive. and the parker wildfire xp. I think we are going to get my wife a ignition by mathews for her first bow. I hope to chat with you all. I also hope to shoot some 3d and get to meet some new people. thank you for your time.
    to the forum.

    All make great bows. I see your from TN we have a few fellas from down there. Hope you meet some of the fellas and have a blast. Keep us informed on the bows and ask us anything you like we are very glad to help out fellow archers.


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    thank you folks for the warm welcome. I have another bow I am looking at diamond rapture. Do any of you women out there have any tips for a woman that wants to shoot 3d only? Is the mathews ignition a good bow to start with for her? what style of rest should she try? good starting stabilizer? starting release?
    thank you

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    I hope that you dont hold back any questions you have, there is always someone out there that will have an answer for you. And welcome to the sport it is addictive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    to the forum.

    All make great bows. I see your from TN we have a few fellas from down there. Hope you meet some of the fellas and have a blast. Keep us informed on the bows and ask us anything you like we are very glad to help out fellow archers.
    Welcme Irish Water.. Good ta have ya here.
    Where abouts in Tn ya from. Bristol is my city. Enjoy yore stay. Smokes



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    Clarksville smokes I posted a question about 3d take a look

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    Welcome !

    There are a lot of really nice bows out there. The best thing to do is you and her try as many as you can and get a feel for what you like in your hand and what feels comfortable. That's by far the best way to pick out a bow. A release is the same way... They all feel different. It's like trying on shoes.

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